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that it is the direction we ought to be going. i think it has significant risks. >> fannie mae and freddie mac have been under federal control for over four years now. the administration has a set of options but never a detailed recommendation for what should be done with them. is the time coming for that sioon? >> when we put out our ideas for housing reform, we were very clear that there are a basic set of choices to be made. we made out three clear options. we were clear that there has to be some basic consensus of rounds which of those directions before we can get into the details of what legislation should look like. there has been a lot of partisanship. this has not been something that congress has been able to reach a consensus on. particularly attention is focused on the campaign and election. there has been even less attention. what i would tell you is a we are ready and eager to get into the details of how to reform fannie mae and freddie mac. the president laid out a set of options on what we would do. what we need now is for congress, and i expect this will happen soon after the election, to
underlying related to freddie mac and fannie mae. people are credit loans from years ago or when you want them, now that the government is doing some interesting things with the regulator of fannie mae and freddie mac, try to make sure that when you have that insurance from fannie and freddie, the guarantee, but that is a real guarantee. that will have a positive impact. cheryl: that is the reason we keep propping them up. fannie mae and freddie mac. let's talk about the refinance environment. a lot of viewers having a tough time. they want to do it because rates are incredibly low. are things getting any easier right now? >> right now, i don't think that they are. however, one thing that will make it easier is that when you have of situations where we're getting appraisals, it will be easier to get a property appraiser. what a situation where foreclosed homes were sitting on the market and were dragging down property values, we are seeing investors have bought up a lot of good lower-priced homes, and that will certainly help the market's. cheryl: what about cash bills? it seems that ther
clean with pressuring fannie mae and freddie mac, pressuring banks, making ub unaffordable subprime mortgages and mr. clinton signed the bill to end glass stee gel which ended up in hot shot banks taking risks. plus, mr. clinton will say tomorrow night he needs more time to finish the job. more time for what? aside from bashing republicans nobody knows his second term plan. is it more spending, more regular dplating? taxing successful entrepreneurs? this evening, uh upsetting mus. we have dropped four straight years on the global competitive list. switzerland, singapore, finland, sweden, netherlands and germany all ahead of the usa. we don't want four more years of that and we'll have it to date. first up, bill clinton headlining the evening tonight in charlotte. cnbc's own john harwood previews the former president's dnc address. good evening, john. >> good evening, larry. the democratic convention is getting fired up by speakers behind me. the main event is bill clinton who will bring full circle a relationship that was strained with barack obama when barack obama and hillary clin
. >> despuÉs de luchar contra interminables pesadillas dice freddy p que por fin ha comenzado a olvidar la terrible experiencia que enfrentÓ durante 700 dÍas que pasÓ en una cÁrcel de nueva york acusado de ser un peligroso criminal. >> era aproximadamente 17 cargos criminales en los que habÍa posesiÓn de drogas, y en las posesiÓn de drogas decÍa heroÍna, crack, esas pastillas Éxtasis de todo. >> que supuestamente yo tenÍa una 9 mm, que tenÍa municiÓn, que yo estaba conectado con el asesinato de un tipo que habÍa ahÍ. >> y que tambiÉn fueron encontrados como 300 kilos de heroÍna entre lo que me acuerdo que decÍa ahi. >> y era una cosa al principio me quedÉ sin habla. >> habÍa llegado a estados unidos con una visa de turista, buscando una mejor vida y terminÓ respondiendo a esas terribles acusaciones despuÉs de que dos policÍa los arrestaran junto a un hombre que lo acaba de contratar en una calle de queens. >> en un barrio de nueva york para hacer un trabajo de pintura en su casa. >> para colmo de su desgracias no quiso escuchar. >> ¿se declara culpable o inocente?.
was acting on behalf of all minority banks which she believed had been seriously affected by freddie mae and fannie back. -- fannie mac. because the evidence supports that she was acting on behalf of a large group of banks, we found no evidence in the record to support that her phone call to arrange a meeting violated any house rules or any other standard of conduct. our report also recommended to the committee that sometime after the treasury meeting, which occurred on september 9, 2008, representative waters became aware that during that meeting with treasury, one united bank requested money from the treasury department as a buyback of its shares from freddie mae and fannie mac. -- fannie mae and freddie mack. representative waters approached the committee to discuss better husband had been a member of the board of 1 united bank and he told her that he would handle the one united matter and she should stay out of it. the exact timing of this conversation is not clear from the record, but we believe that occurred at some point following the september 9, 2000 treasury meeting but prior t
and freddie mac. they have to be looked at as well. >> john, i want to go to you. there has been a lot of talk about, you know, repealing dodd-frank entirely, but the word on the street is that, you know, even if romney were to be elected president, that it would likely not be a complete repeal but maybe a tinkering with certain parts of dodd-frank that the banking sector and financial services sector don't like. give us your take on what is feasible in terms of actually amending dodd-frank if there is a republican administration. >> this was a very difficult law to put together. it would be a very difficult law to take apart. but i would say after the great depression, we saw acts like the federal reserve act rewritten several times and i wouldn't be at all surprised if we saw continued tinkering no matter who is president with dodd-frank. we just saw it with oxley, with the rules impeding ipos. one of the few things they've gotten done this year. i would say you asked the previous guest for a grade on dodd-frank. i don't think you can give it more than a c-minus right now. frankly, one of th
hangs on. the game continues. a collision. -- bi collision. top 13. johnnie facing freddie. that started a four run top of the 13th for the a's. seemingly had it in the bag. bottom 13. the yanks battle back. 2-1 shot. we go 14. bottom of it. brandon moss booted. the yankees somehow escape. get their seventh consecutive victory. 10-9 is your final. the orioles and yankees continue. the tightest it did tightest division race with in 60 years ihtest divisionyp race in 60 years. college football. marilyn like to wipe out last season with -- trying to wipe out at west virginia. perry hill. play action on target. yeah. 14-7. 4th quarter. gino smith with -- to tavon austin. he is now tied for west virginia's all-time career leader. the pressmen connection is something. diggs only have three touch is today. you have seen too and they were pretty special. pretty good show out of maryland. nitti hosting the vmi. trey miller. high stepping his way for a 40 yard touchdown run. 27-3. defense for navy. quincy adams attended a secondary --tries and shine. just one-handed. an incredible interception. 41
and freddie was way in the future. september 7th. almost 12 hours from now. and it was over a week before the collapse of lehman brothers. our nation, our nation had seven days of moxie left. (laughter) and remember, it was a golden age. as far as we knew. larry king was still on the air. and all i knew of piers morgan was his delicious spice rum. i mean 2008, rather wall-e, remember single ladies, remember your pension? it was a magical time when the republican candidates could still say this. >> the fundamentals are, of our economy are strong. >> stephen: yes. the fundamentals of the economy are strong. like a power lifter. >> yeah, there it is. nice. >> stephen: the economy is resting. and folks, (cheers and applause) and the republicans just want to take us back to that time, right bill clinton? >> they want to contact us-- even more than president bush z they want to get rid of those pesky financial regulations designed to prevent another crash and prohibit future bailouts. >> stephen: yes, mitt romney just wants to take us back to the old policies, back to the future. >> rose, where
is fannie and freddie. >> fannie and freddie. >> 70% of all of these subprime mortgages were guaranteed -- subprime mortgages, alt-a, exotic mortgages by freddie, fannie, or another government agency. there is no way that anybody would've bought this stuff if it wasn't guaranteed by the impl d impliimplied of the government. if we would not have had fannie and freddie, this crisis would've never occurred. >> i see all kinds of people said fannie and freddie was a small player, they got in late. >> i'm with you. >> 70% of these things were fannie and freddie? >> they were underwritten by fannie and freddie. >> guaranteed. but what's important here to understand is that should never have happened. people -- i personally have been warning about the fannie and freddie blowing up for 20 years. and i've told barney frank a hundred times, i've written him letters and so on. every administration including the clinton administration. as he said in his book, he thought the third rail was social security. he said, no, i learned it was fannie and freddie. >> what about -- >> democrats in congress
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that fannie mae and freddie mac should be on trial for providing 100% guarantees -- [applause] taxpayer-backed guarantees for mortgages, and, ladies and gentlemen, of all the bailouts we did, the two institutions that never paid back any of the money that we lent them as taxpayers were fannie mae and freddie mac. and they should be on trial here. i would submit that the 435 members of the united states house of representatives that voted for a $700 billion bailout of the banks, they should be on trial here -- [cheers and applause] and shoshed the people who voted for the $800 billion failed stimulus plan, and most importantly, nancy pelosi should be on trial -- [cheers and applause] for running up the national debt by $5 trillion and putting our nation is financial peril. i would submit that s&p and moody's should be on trial for giving us -- [applause] to mortgage-backed securities. these are the people, ladies and gentlemen, that should be on trial. i would submit to you that ben bernanke should be on trial -- [cheers and applause] for his money policies that have debased our currency
. in the largest and weakest part of the system. in the context of fannie and freddie and aig, it was clear that the conditions came with changes and board and management for exactly the reasons he said. >> i am sorry, just want to mature i am following you. your sitting there have been changes in management, financial institutions buss received tarp funds? >> in the context of the interventions taken and fannie and freddie -- >> ask about the financial institutions. among those are -- >> asking about the banks. >> going forward, where institutions need exceptional levels of assistance we will make sure that assistance comes with conditions that comes with the necessary agree -- degree of accountability so the firms are stronger and weaker. >> what did you see? >> i saw a classic refusal to answer a question. we saw this over and over again. what elizabeth warren was asking was -- when you rescued the banks was that any change in management? >> geithner's response was a year at aig and fannie and freddie, and she came back a couple of times as she would do, but he did not answer the questio
of fannie mae and freddie mac in the u.s. congress and the two of them must do low in the private sector and frank in the public sector with fannie and freddie were an unholy alliance that allow countrywide in the people who prospered by imitating countrywide to create bonuses where people can never repay them. they eventually sold us to the federal government and how was that made possible? it was made possible by barney frank through for fannie and freddie in the name of all kinds of high-minded altruistic social benefits, housing for of a buddy lets put people in big mansions or they can afford to. that was the world of "atlas shrugged" and the world we just barely survived and were still struggling to come out. >> donald luskin what to do for a living? >> i'm an investment advisor brother investment in rieser's? >> what the zimon? citf advice on the market to other investment managers who serve customers hedge fund managers, investment counselors. see in your work, how much government regulation is there in what you do? >> there is very little in what i do because i don't actually ha
program. even fannie mae freddie mac. look at models this is a good model. but many of those eventually are privatized or if they are a debt burden then turned back over for a bailout. john: is there any socialist >> the law that is perpetuated is that we have to have a two-party system. we are going to have problems politically until we have a third party. >> neil cavuto was talking about the candidate that makes the most sense for me. most of the others make so many promises, that they sound almost as silly as the green party candidate. >> green means a guaranteed job for every american. a new economy fueled by renewable energy and no more student debt. john: let's get real. all of the candidates think of themselves as freeloaders. but they are not. i am a libertarian in part because i see the false choice offered by political left and right, either government control over the economy or government control of our personal lives. democrats think it is income inequality. republicans think that the opposite is true. let them advocate moral behavior and let them give to charities but leav
determined. it's friday in fannie, subsidization of home mortgages, but not -- just through freddie in fannie. the taxes. i have a very large mortgage. people who ran and people who bought their house out right are subsidizing mortgage. i get to deduct my interest payments of metaxas. they don't. government incentivizing need take on debt. it makes absolutely no sense. the housing policy, the whole infrastructure of housing policy, friday, fannie, taxability of interest rates, interest payments, the federal home loan bank. there are multiple government entities that encourage us to buy homes that we can't afford with debt that we cannot payback periods of that's one. the second cause of this crisis was the federal reserve. the federal reserve from 2002 until 2005 held interest rates below the rate of the inflation. two and a half years. what happens when you hold interest rates below the rate of inflation? basically paying people to take on debt. you're telling people, go get that because it's cheaper than, you know, the value. the value of the money is losing faster. your subsidizing debt. g
naval vet named freddy quell and played to the hilt above the hilt by joaquin phoenix. >> i know you'll try to calm me down but just say something that is true. >> reporter: wayward weirdo freddy needs a father figure and clearly wants to belong to an extended family like dodd's which includes his steely wife played by amy adams. he responds well to being, quote, processed. >> she wrote me a letter. no one else wrote me a letter. >> reporter: dodd combines freud, hypnosis, extreme interrogation, buddism, sci-fi. the man is an american hucks ter genius. paul thomas anderson is just the director to show us hubbard allegedly from this vantage. in films as different as boogie nights, magnolia, and there will be blood, he captures our need to be part of families, even surrogate ones, with strong fathers. he also shows how bad strong daddies can swallow us up. >> don't bully me. reporter: the master is probably too ambiguous to be a hit like "there will be blood" and phoenix's freddy is hard to warm up to. but i love what anderson gets out of them. freddy needs to be led but needs to be ab
once again hit record lows. the mortgage buying company freddie mac says that the average rate on a 30-year fixed home loan is now 3.49%. that's down from 3.55% last week. and the average 15-year fix is at a record low of 2.77 down from 2.8 last week. now, those low mortgage rates make it very tempting to consider buying a home but many bay area residents still wonder, is it better to own or rent? ktvu's ann rubin joins us from san jose with some practical advice on. this good afternoon, ann >> reporter: good afternoon. according to a new study, it's actually cheaper right now to own than rent. it may be a good time to buy. frustrated with renting? gaysha is. >> the rent goes up, 100, 200, 350 and that's unfortunate. >> reporter: acoeur d'alening to a study, it may actually be cheap tore buy than to rent. it looked at data nationwide for june, july and august and found that in oakland, it's 41% cheaper to own. in san francisco, 28% and in san jose, owning saves you about 31%. real estate appraiser frank schmitt says that in san jose, that amounts to hundreds of dollars a month. >> tota
flips and throw out the first pitch at number to the braves and marlins freddie freeman has a walk off home run that won the game and clinched a wild-card spots. no. 1 the replacement weatherman in green bay. this is your replacement weather guy 200 degrees below today and we are looking at and is really going to keep up at grant like 300 degrees. ,,,,,,,,,, [ female announcer ] they can be enlightening. hey, bro. or engaging. conversations help us learn and grow. at wells fargo, we believe you can never underestimate the power of a conversation. it's this exchange of ideas that helps you move ahead with confidence. so when the conversation turns to your financial goals... turn to us. if you need anything else, let me know. [ female announcer ] wells fargo. together we'll go far. today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new educa
. >> center field deep! >> that's freddie freeman 's 2-run homer, and atlanta clinches with a 4-3 win over the florida marlins. chipper jones getting doused. this is his final campaign. going to the playoffs. >>> reportedly the nfl and the representatives for the locked out officials met today in new york. no resolution. of the nfl issued a simple statement today saying last night's controversial touchdown by seattle will stand. more than 17,000 calls flooded the offices. more than 2$200 million in gambling money went the other way. >>> tiger woods meets mcilroy, and bill murray, always on hand at major golf events. supposedly the rider cup american players enjoyed bill there. a welcome sight. >>> and the brooklyn dancers. that's the big deal , that jay z owns a small part of this team , so they're going to be pretty cool there. seven costumes for a squad of 20 dancers in black and white featuring leather gloves and jumpsuits. they're calling it contemporary sexy, and theres. now only if the nets could win some games. [ female announcer ] you want family dinner to be special. dad, we want
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, but then the power of the rally cap takes over. ninth inning, atlanta down one. one on for freddie freeman. if it's deep enough, it's a playoff berth. there it goes, and here comes the braves. they win 4-3 in dramatic fashion. pop the champagne, atlanta locks down a wild card spot, meaning chipper jones will have one last shot at a world series title. >>> the race in the a.l. central is as close as it gets. tigers only scored two runs against the royals, but that's all they would need. anibal sanchez was pitching beebees. ten strikeouts over nine innings of work. tigers beat kc 2-0. it is just sanchez's fourth win of the year, but it couldn't have come at a better time. the white sox couldn't keep pace. they lost to the indians. ezequel carrera caps off a three-run fourth with an rbi single. cleveland up 4-0 and they hold on to win 4-3. tigers and sox now tied for first in the a.l. central. >>> seems like every time the orioles win, the yankees do too. well, yesterday both teams lost. twinkies hung four on the pin stripes in the seventh. they win 5-4. new york's lead in the east is still 1 1/2. >
. they're looking for someone that killed someone dear to them. we're talking about freddie king. he dropped his son off at the barbershop and shortly after he was found close to that place with his car running and shot that is on kent street and cherry hill. he was taken to shock trauma where he later died. >> he was a good dude, a good man, a good father, good brother, good friend. >> investigators right now say that they have little to go on. so if you saw anything, if you know anything, you're asked to call the baltimore city police. >>> today there is a hearing for a suspected white house shooter. his name is oscar hernandez from idaho. the police say that he opened fire with a rifle towards the white house saying that he hoped to shoot president obama. the president and his family were not home at the time but he is scheduled to be in court today. >>> libyan officials have arrested four people in connection with an attack that killed four americans on tuesday. they're angry over an anti- islam video produced by an american. other protests are scheduled today follow the weekly p
that will lead them to the person that killed their father, freddie king, known as big fred. he was found shot multiple times in his car in cherry hill on saturday. he just dropped off his son at the barbershop. and they're pleading with someone to help them find the killer of their father. >> he was a good dude man, a good father and brother and friend. >> so they're asking anyone who has information or come in contact with somebody, to call the baltimore police. >>> a tough week for the harford county sheriff's department. they're preparing to say good- bye to another one of their colleagues. we're told that the man started feeling symptoms during the troop they're was killed in a car crash last week. no word on calling hours or funeral arrangements. >>> it could be a tough day for american diplomats in the middle east. demonstrations are expected after friday's weekly prayers. a deadly attack at the u.s. embassy in libya on tuesday. four americans died, including the u.s. ambassador. they're angry over an anti- islam video that was produced by american. we have word that libyan officials ar
. >>>,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> freddie 9 forecast delays forget what happened today weather wise eyes in the 60s for many of you let's focus on this week and 30-35 degrees change for some of you and excessive heat watch issued for sunday and monday that means it will get really hot mid-90s 21 hundreds new highs likely interior about as good at the hottest weather in 2012 tomorrow a spare the air day. san jose monday likely break a new record, the forecast 99 also lever more likely to break a record, their reason for the change the first heat and turned on tomorrow a high pressure, on sunday low pressure to get strong to the south both enhance the east wind that is the classics that the warmth will happen especially sunday, monday and tuesday the three hottest days of the air temperatures in the 90s and one hundreds, air quality will be a port tomorrow and sunday and monday fire danger will be high. winds will not be gusty but fire danger elevated. 87 san jose tomorrow, by monday and 87 santa clara, '90s inland tomorrow walnut creek 95, 84 san rafael 70 san francisco. extended forecast triple digit sunday through tu
life and family and a host of friends want to know why. antonio rogers is burying a brother. freddy king was a touring figure well known in aau circles but also a touring figure in his family's life. >> they don't know what they took from us, a son, loved him more than anything and it hurts for him to keep asking about his father. >> reporter: on saturday king dropped his son off at the barber shop and said he would be right back. he was found shot to death in cherry hill. he was a few feet from his home. king was taken to shock trauma where he died. at this point police have few clues. family man who was working hard to ray raise his -- to raise his children many any information the public can help us with, we welcome it. >> reporter: the family says they know this is a process and that the police are doing what they can. big fred, they said, was a part of their life and touched the lives of many others and he deserved better. >> all we're asking, if you've seen anything last saturday night, please call. he was a good
,t, and you also wiwill up p to startling headlines and freddie's a the washingt post" making a sound like it w was a bit re contentious than those o of us watching. what d did you make of the subsequentnt flap over k kaine sayiying he was willing to consid a minimum tax? much ado about nothing or something to pounce on? >> rtainly -- george allen's entire campaign is based on lowerr taxes for everyone. >> or even a flat tax. >> or a flat tax individual.l. saying i would be open to a proposal, and that was of course something for george allen to seize on and say well, tim kane -- kaiaine was to raise taxes for everybody. at the end the debate, saying 99% ofof the people to be on my de. >> the matter what everett -- anybody does, if we want to make more progress everye will have to pay more taxes. sinc 50% of the populion really does pay zero income tax the tax rate w would be flattered if they had to pay something. that is probably where we will end up. mr. oba's denial notwithstanding, everybodis gogoing to havee to pay more taxes oror spend a lot less moneynd we know if the is reelectcte
49 y el gol de la victoria fue de freddy santiago taylor a los 76 minutos para el triunfo de xelaju 3-2 sobre west connection. para hoy, aguila recibe en el cuscatlan al santos de mexico, en honduras, marathon contra seattle sounders y puerto rico islander recibe al galaxy de vamos con el beisbol anoche solo un equipo del area puido jugar y les cuento porque. primero en seattle, el emergente taylor teagarden bateÓ un sencillo productor al derecho en el 18° inning y los orioles de baltimore vinieron de abajo para vencer 4-2 a los marineros de seattle en partido que termino esta madrugada. la victoria permitiÓ a los orioles acercarse a los yanquis por la punta de la divisiÓn este de la liga americana. mientras que los nacionales no pudieron jugar anoche por la fuerte lluvia y tienen doble jornada hoy con los dodgers de los angeles en estos momentos estan ganando en el primer partido. volvmeos a la champions y vamos a escuchar a lionel messi tra la victoria de barca 3-2 sobre el spartack de moscu. hasta aqui los deportes. pausamos y enseguida regresamos con mas...
of the ray cap takes ov. ninth inning, atlanta down one. one on for freddie freeman. if it's deep enough, it's a playoff berth. there it goes, and here comes the braves. they win 4-3 idramatic fashion. pop the champagne, atlanta locks down a wild card spot, meaning chipper jones will have one last shot at rld series title. thcethe a.l. central is as close as it gets. tigers only scored two runs against the royals, but that's all they would need. anibal sanchez was pitching bee bees. ten strikeoutsver nine innings of work. tigers beat kc 2-0. it is just sanchez fourth win vee br .a butcodn't the white sox couldn't keep pace. they lost to the indians. ezequel carrera caps off a three-run fourth with an rbi single. cleveland up 4-0 and they hold on to win 4-3. tigers and sox now tied for first in the a.l. central. >>> seems like every time the orioles win, the yankees do too. well, yesterday both teams lost. twinkies hung four on the pin stripes in the seventh. they win 5-4. new york's lead in the east is still 1 1/2. >>> angels are in the hunt for october. zack greinke pitching a gem. thirtee
up early to baseball now, the braves facing the marlins. nih inng br dman. present freddie freeman connects. braves win 4-3. and they clinch a spot in the postseason. this comes a year after the braves terble ap fof teplayoff spots in the national league now locked up with only that final wild card spot the yet to be determined. as and rangers, in the tenth, tied at two. gets all of thione in the upper deck. me winner.ome rro t as now two games up on the an gels for the second a.l. wild card spot. orioles were shut out by the blue jays, but the yankees failed to extend their lead. they lost to the twins. yankees lead over the oes res 1 1 games in the division. coming up at the top of the hour on "morning joe," president obama widens the gap with mitt romney in new polling from three battleground states critical to the republican's chances. we'll kick around t red flag numbers. and when we come back here, we'll huddl aroun the water olo w n romney tell jay leno her husband is a cheap skate. >>> we told you a new poll number out today shows president obama leading mitt romney in the
been bailed out two times in the last two years! we have ongoing bailouts to tracy's point, of freddie and fannie, gm, the taxpayers have lost billions. it creates the moral hazard that we talked about, going back to 2007 when this began under the prior to the president. it needs to stop and people need to take responsibility for their own actions. individuals and countries as well. >> wayne, if the imf does for some reason, i don't think they would, pull support from europe, wouldn't that have a negative effect on the united states? aren't we motivated to be there for them? >> you've already got a negative effect. it's just a question of reality. when you allow the political process to obscure the economic realities, you're just fooling yourself. we've been fooling our self, you keep kicking cans down the road, we've done it in this chris. writing in 1831, when the congress discovers it can bribe the people with its own money, that's the end of the republic. that's exactly what's happening in europe and it's going to happen here. >> tracy, everybody is kind of pointing about the fact
, deregulated fannie mae and freddie mac and repealed glass steagal. >> actually george bush made them give out the subprime mortgages, not bill clinton. larry, get your facts right. >> with respect, i disagree with you. >> how about the facts? >> they are facts. >> i'm sorry. under bush they tried to go under fannie mae. >> this guy tried to shut down fannie mae and freddie mac. >> subprime loans. >> andrew cuomo and bill clinton. >> no, it didn't. >> barney frank saying it was solvent. >> i'm sorry i'm talking so much, but you have a balanced panel here. >> nan, do you think his argument of four more years or three more years or whatever will work? that was the argument clinton made last night. it seemed like the precursor to obama's argument. do you think america will vote for a guy who is telling them they have to wait several more years for economic success? >> americans, based on my experiences are representative of the hudson valley in new york. americans are fed up. they are desperate for change, but not the kind of change president obama, based on the experience of four years of his po
yesterday at both fannie mae and freddie mac. protesters want policy changes that would allow for a reduction in princies to the current market value of homes to top evictions and allow residents to buy back homes at the current market value. >> we did it willingly as veterans to serve our country. to come back home and have other people in this country try and take homes away from veterans, it's not going to happen [ inaudible ] >>> well, starting today, police can give you a breathalyzer test if they suspect you're driving drunk in the district. police stopped giving those tests two years ago in d.c. because of inaccurate equipment and it caused hundreds of tests and drunk driving convictions into question. the feds gave the city a dis $1 -- $150,000 grant to get the equipment in order so they could start giving the breathalyzer tests again and that starts today. >>> we have a commuter alert now. another weekend, another mess on metro. starting tonight no service on the green line between branch avenue and southern avenue. it begins at 10:00 and goes through sunday night. sh
, these are the nonagency mortgage bond sectors, that's the sector that's not guaranteed by fannie or freddie -- liz: let me stop you there. you have got 73% of the fund in nonagency mortgage-backed securities and, again, there is risk there, and yet the message really is with the risk is now coming major reward for you. >> sure. absolutely. we believe so. this is an area where, you know, credits continue to improve, as an investor your risk is tied more to homeowners across the country and their ability to make their monthly payments and make their principal and interest payments. but we continue to see opportunities there, yields within that sector. still attainable in in the 5-7% range, and what continues to attract me the most is that it's one sector where the best is not priced in yet. the housing recovery is still not priced into this sector. this was an area where you had many investors who were burned and don't want to be burn with the again. so that comets to draw us as well -- continues to draw us as well. you know, as far as a connection to the fed as well, when you see rates coming down like the
rise to protest an action by the federal housing finance agency, fannie mae and freddie mac, that punish my state of connecticut and four other states for effectively protecting our citizens against unfair and abusive mortgage foreclosure practices. and i want to say right at the outset, i am determined to fight this action, along with my colleagues, during the comment period that we have to contest this very unwise, misguided, unacceptable decision. these agencies have just posted for 60-day comment a decision to increase fannie mae and freddie mac's guarantee fee for connecticut and four other states -- new jersey, new york, illinois and florida. why? because the protections that we have in place now against those abusive banking tactics that have so pervaded the mortgage foreclosure process, increased the length of time that it sometimes takes for foreclosure, and we have a mediation process that keeps people in their homes and enables settlements that actually save money. that is connecticut's crime. that is the reason that connecticut and for her other states and our ho
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